尹力 (Dr. Li Yin)
Associate professor, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Architecture and Planning, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
尹力是纽约州立大学布法罗分校城市与区域规划系副教授。她还是著名的城市研究中心的高级研究员, 地理学院的兼职副教授, 和国家地理信息分析中心的成员。之前，她曾担任布法罗城市规划硕士项目 GIS 和空间建模专业主任以及犹他州大都会研究中心地理空间分析副主任。她的研究将应用3S – 地理信息系统 (GIS)、遥感 (RS) 和全球定位系统 (GPS)- 与基于人工智能 (AI) 的模拟模型和分析相结合，例如基于Agent-based的模型和机器学习。她利用这个框架来探索舒适性和偏好模式背后的动态和复杂性，以调查人们如何与场所互动以改善健康和生活质量。她发表了 50 多篇经过同行评审的期刊文章，并获得了 NIH、NSF 和 HUD 等联邦政府的资助。
Li Yin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at the University at Buffalo. She is also a Senior Research Fellow at the renowned Center for Urban Studies, an Adjunct Associate Professor of the Department of Geography, and a member of the National Center for Geographic Information Analysis. Earlier, she was the Director of the GIS and Spatial Modeling Specialization of the Masters of Urban Planning program at Buffalo and Associate Director of Geospatial Analysis of the Metropolitan Research Center at Utah. Her research combines the use of applied 3S −Geographical Information Systems (GIS), Remote Sensing (RS), and Global Positioning System (GPS)−with artificial intelligence (AI) based simulation models and analytics, such as agent-based models (ABM) and machine learning. She uses this framework to explore the dynamics and complexity underlying the patterns of amenity and preference for the investigation of how people interact with places for better health and quality of life. She has published more than 50 peer-reviewed journal articles and received funding from the federal governments including NIH, NSF, and HUD.
与IACP的关系 （Relationship with IACP）
自 IACP 成立以来, 尹力博士一直积极参与IACP 的各种活动。
Dr. Li Yin has been actively engaged in a variety of IACP activities since the organization’s inception.
University Website: https://archplan.buffalo.edu/People/faculty/department-of-urban-and-regional-planning-faculty.host.html/content/shared/ap/students-faculty-alumni/faculty/Yin.detail.html
Lab Website: https://urbanalyticslab.blogspot.com/?m=0